The Spectrum Chamber Music Society concert series is coming to a close, in a very unexpected way. We are thrilled to announce our final concert of the season will continue – social distance style.
The final Spectrum concert of the season was originally planned for an evening June 1 performance in the Chapel, but obviously plans changed. Peggy Graff, Organist and Associate Director of Music & Worship Arts says, “Maybe this is a better way for us to bring such special chamber music to a wider audience than usual! Instead of only 80-100 people for our event, we could potentially reach thousands, and that, is a blessing.”
This is a Livestream-only event, “A Six-Feet-Apart Concert.” The program includes a jazz-infused sonata for violin and piano by Maurice Ravel, a grand brass sextet by Oskar Böhme, and a gorgeous trio for clarinet, cello and piano by Johannes Brahms.
As the title suggests, the musicians will be spaced at least six feet apart for safety purposes. Between each piece of music, you will see previously-recorded, personal interviews with the performers, describing the music they are playing and sharing how they are adjusting to this unprecedented chapter in our lives. These presentations will add a unique and engaging note to the performances.
Spectrum Chamber Music Society, Fort Worth’s oldest professional chamber music group, in its 34th season, is devoted to sharing diverse and exciting chamber music performances with the community of Fort Worth and neighboring communities. The group features musicians of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra joined by friends from North Texas and beyond.
Check back here for the new date of this unique, livestream event!